With all the baked platters available in the market, you would think that you’ve tasted it all. But there’s one more baked platter you still need to try out, and that’s Mommmariz’ Kitchen’s Baked Silogs! In addition to all the Baked Sushis, Nachos, and Samgyupsals, these Baked Silogs are here to add a delicious start to your mornings!
Mariz Morales, the owner, is a full-time teacher and a mom of two who loves to eat and cook food. The brand name, “Mommmariz,” came from her two-year-old son who calls her Mommayiz (mama+mariz).
Their Baked Silogs are a spin on the usual Filipino breakfasts, tocilog and tapsilog. According to Mariz, they initially only offered their best-seller and specialty, the Mommmariz’ Baked Macaroni. However, they felt the need to stand out from other online businesses and launched their Baked Silog as part of their regular menu.
Since many of the baked platters available in the market are foreign, Mariz decided to come up with a Pinoy-bake. The Baked Silog’s packed with different flavors in each layer, making it a fulfilling and delicious meal. Once you start eating it, it’s really difficult to tell yourself to stop!
Their rice is mixed with their cheesy garlic sauce, which is their unique take on the sinangag. The tocino and tapa are tender and well-seasoned. And of course, no silog would be complete with the egg. Customers can also choose how they would like their eggs to be done, either sunny side up or scrambled.
But wait, there’s more! Mommmariz’ Baked Silogs are topped with mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, and fried garlic bits. They also have a special atchara that complements and helps pack all those flavors. Lastly, there are two packs of roasted seaweed to wrap all that yummy goodness in.
These Baked Silogs are freshly-baked before having it delivered to your doorstep. However, Mariz encourages people to reheat it before eating since it’s best served hot. They also include a card with instructions on how to enjoy the Baked Silog.
Mommmariz’ Kitchen Baked Silog is available only on weekends, from 7-11am. It’s also on a pre-order basis, which means that you have to order at least a day before. They deliver in Metro Manila and some parts of Cavite and Laguna via Lalamove/Grab Express.
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